A "Toot Toot" poster is seen on the door at the Wiggly dressing room.
After Dorothy does her backstage intro for "Romp Bomp a Stomp", the video footage cuts over to Dorothy already on stage holding a bouquet of roses. This is likely because in the actual concert, there was the song "D.O.R.O.T.H.Y. My Favorite Dinosaur" which has been shown in the TV Series, which features Dorothy walking in with the roses.
During the intro for "Hot Potato," there are bubbles floating around on stage. Since the previous song, "Romp Bomp A Stomp" did not involve blowing bubbles, the concert might have included some sort of song involving Henry or some skit involving bubble blowing.
At the beginning of "Bucket of Dew," Murray is to the left of Greg, but when the Wiggles leave the stage, Greg is to the left of Murray.
After "Wiggly Medley", when Officer Beaples joins Anthony is waving goodbye, the front camera shots have Officer Beaples on the stage left side of Anthony, but the rear camera shots all have Officer Beaples on the stage right side of Anthony.
In the shot of the Wiggle Puppets and the Fish Puppets turning around, Paul Field's head appears in the background.
When Jeff rewinds the clouds, the accompanying audio clip is of Greg and Captain Feathersword's magic stick conversation sped-up and in reverse.
At the dentist's office, every time the Wiggles grin, there's a gleam in their teeth and a ting of a triangle.
The Monkey Dance video is from the Wiggly Big Show / Toot Toot concert tour but it has different camera angles compared to the Animals episode and the Wiggly Big Show video.
For the opening verses:
In the Dancing episode, the camera stays back when Jeff talks about dreaming he was a monkey. It later zooms in on Greg and stays on Greg most of the time.
In the Animals episode, the camera goes between Greg and Jeff.
In the Wiggly Big Show video, the camera includes kids dancing.
When the Wagettes are on Back to Front Street, the audio song clip of "Go Captain Feathersword, Ahoy!" is played sped-up and in reverse.
The video footage of "Food, Food, Food, Oh How I Love My Food" is played at faster speed although the song itself is played at normal speed.
In the 1998 version, after the John Bradlelum song, after the Wiggles roll down the hill, at the bottom left corner, one of the camera tripod legs is visible.
Bathtime and Toot Toot do not have title cards. Do the Wiggle Groove was labelled as Wiggle Groove on the 1998 version, but was changed to the former on the 1999 version.
The ring from the Wigglehouse telephone is the phrase "Wiggle, Wiggle, Wiggle" sped-up.
In one of the trailers, when The Wiggles leave Sandlot where they go backwards and then forwards, there appears to be a tow rope attached under the car's front bumper.
The tempo for some of the songs such as "Hey There Wally" seems slightly faster in the movie presentation than in the soundtrack.
During the song "Rock-A-Bye Your Bear", Murray is playing his starry electric guitar but the music presented features an acoustic guitar.
When Captain Feathersword is talking to Wally, one of the pirates in the background is mouthing Captain Feathersword's words.
During the beach sandcastle skit, the Wiggles are supposedly building the castle, but they are actually tearing down the sandcastle since the video footage is played backwards. You can see the breaking waves forming and the walls of the castle being formed regardless of detail for the windows.
Song title typos:
The Wiggles cover Jose Feliciano's "Feliz Navidad" song, but spell it "Felice Navidad" on the on-screen title in the 1997 version, and on the back cover of the 1999 UK version.
The Wiggles cover "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", but spell it "Rudolf the Red-Nose Reindeer" on the on-screen title in the 1997 version.
In "It's a Christmas Party on the Goodship Feathersword" the first time around when they sing "we're gonna party," on the right side, there's part of a camera on-screen as well as a hand waving from the opposite direction most likely from the choreographer.
The star stays on top of the Wiggles' Christmas Tree except in two songs:
In "Ding Dong Merrilly on High", Wags puts the star on top.
In "It's a Christmas Party on the Goodship Feathersword", Captain puts the star on top.